Former Crystal Palace captain Paddy McCarthy scored six goals in his 151 appearances as a centre-back and this was truly one to remember. McCarthy unleashed a strike from 35 yards out with only three minutes on the clock which left Derby goalkeeper Roy Carroll helpless. The strike helped Palace come back from a goal down to take all three points.
Take a look back at this incredible 2017 solo goal from Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend. The England international dispossessed West Brom winger Jonathan Leko on the edge of the Palace penalty area. Using his speed and close control, Townsend then dribbled the full length of the pitch, before beating Ben Foster at his near post.
In the 1994-95 FA Cup quarter-finals, Crystal Palace drew 1-1 with Wolves at Selhurst Park. But the replay was a far more one-sided affair after a famous 4-1 Palace win at Molineux. The Eagles scored four cracking goals to reach the semi-finals of the cup after Iain Dowie, Darren Pitcher and Chris Armstrong (twice) all found the net.
To get into the festive spirit, Crystal Palace FC’s cheerleading group, The Crystals, took a Christmas classic and made it their own. Check out their rendition of Mariah Carey’s 1994 hit, ‘All I want for Christmas Is You’ on Dugout.
Back in December 1972, Crystal Palace recorded one of the most famous wins in our history after thrashing Manchester United at Selhurst Park. Paddy Mulligan and Don Rogers each scored two goals, with Alan Whittle also getting on the scoresheet after curling a shot into the top corner from the edge of the box.
Ahead of Crystal Palace's clash against West Ham, we take a look back to the 2014-15 Premier League season and our last victory away from home against the Hammers. Glenn Murray was the man creating the headlines, with two goals and a sending off, as the Eagles ran out 3-1 victors at Upton Park.
As Crystal Palace prepare to face Brighton for the 95th time, look back on this historic victory for the Eagles. Travelling to the AMEX in the 2013 Championship playoff semi-final, Wilfred Zaha scored two of his most important Palace goals to fire the Eagles into the final. With the club eventually sealing promotion to the Premier League at Wembley, this win will always live long in the memory of Eagles fans.